Carpets Damaged by Buffing Type Machines
This is all too common. There are major franchises using floor buffers with pads (in a residential setting) and they can easily damage your plush pile carpeting. They can, at the very least, distort your fibers and possibly fray them. Floor buffing machines should only be used on commerical glued down carpet as the pile is flat and chances of distortion are minimal. These are just a few examples. So, while it may be dry in an hour, what good does that do you? We also offer a dry/ low moisture cleaning and unlike the rotary type, ours is much safer. It lifts the carpet fibers (like a vacuum cleaner beater brush) rather then swirling them around.
Also, besides possible carpet fiber distortion/damage, what happens when you have a urine accident? How does a "dry carpet cleaning" company rinse/flush that out?